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Skydiving Winston-Salem NC

There’s no skydiving dropzone in Winston-Salem NC, but we’re ready to give you the thrill of a lifetime! No Limits Skydiving is located just across the border. We have everything you need to make the excitement of skydiving a reality. Grab some friends and get a group discount! If you have any questions about skydiving, give us a call and we’d be happy to answer any questions.

The dropzone is located at:

634 Airport Rd, Victoria, VA 23974

From Winston-Salem, NC it’s approximately 173 miles or about 2 and a half hours to the dropzone.

Driving directions from Winston-Salem North Carolina

  • US-421 S 14.1 mi
  • Merge onto I-40 E 4.8 mi
  • Slight right at US-421 S (signs for Greensboro/Bryan Blvd/I-40 E) 9.2 mi
  • Continue on US-220 N/US-29 N/US-70 E 0.3 mi
  • Continue on 40 E/85 N 6.1 mi
  • Merge onto I-85 N
  • Entering Virginia 117 mi
  • Take exit 15 toward S Hill 0.4 mi
  • Turn left at N Mecklenburg Ave/US-1 0.6 mi
  • Turn right at Union Mill Rd/VA-138
  • Continue to follow VA-138 16.9 mi
  • Turn left at N Broad St/VA-40
  • Continue to follow VA-40 3.2 mi
  • Turn left at Airport Rd/VA-736

Road Trip! What better way to end a road trip to Virginia than with a skydive? Come to No Limits Skydiving and make a tandem or Accelerated Free fall skydive. You’ll have the time of your life, and a road trip you and your friends will never forget! If you haven’t already made a reservation, check-out our skydiving reservations page. Don’t forget to check out our group rates if you have a group of four or more.

winston-salem NC

The Moravians settled Salem in 1766. They believed in hard work and also fostered appreciation for the arts, music and quality craftsmanship. These traits continued for years to be handed down with each generation. The nearby town of Winston was founded 8n 1849 as an industrial tobacco and textile community. Winston reaped the benefits of the Moravian values and their sharing attitudes. The two communities voted to merge in 1913 and their combined talents and accomplishments made Winston-Salem a strong and thriving city.

The merged cities did well in industries such as textiles and tobacco. Today tourists enjoy visiting the city for it’s history and attractions. The city had several communities listed on the National Historic Register and is a showcase of architectural styles. Stop by and see the precursor to the Empire State building in the R. J. Reynolds building in downtown Winston. Browse the antique shops and Arts District. Sit a spell and enjoy some southern cuisine in this hidden jewel of the South!

Skydiving Winston-Salem NC
If you want to go skydiving In Winston-Salem, NC you'll have to drive to a dropzone. There isn't a skydiving dropzone in Winston-Salem but we are here to get you ready to skydive.